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12-07-2008, 07:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Brooklyn Ranger View Post
There is no way Potter will replace Redden, regardless of how well he plays. Potter will play a game or two, go on the West Coast swing coming up as insurance and then most likely return to Hartford so he can get meaningful minutes. If he plays well, he earns the right to be called up again, when the need arises.

Sather's goal is to win a Stanley Cup, so it is highly improbable that Sather is going to give up on the season and trade away an experienced defenseman even if Potter plays well.
If Potter plays well and moves say a Kalinin out of the would that be giving up on the season?? Wouldn't improving your D be BETTER in the long haul?

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